The Sunshine Blogger Award 2018 | Second Nomination

I am honored to be nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award for the second time, as it is given by bloggers to fellow bloggers who inspire positivity and creativity in the blogging community. Thank you so much Neal for thinking of me as one who inspires. Guys if you have not checked out his blog… Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award 2018 | Second Nomination


There Is Power In The Blood: A Missed Teachable Moment

Sharing this for the parents, who like me, miss those teachable moment with our children. We don’t see them because they can be in the simplest of daily tasks, but if we realize it even a few days after we should revisit the memory with our children and explain.

Something to Stu Over

I had one of those teachable moments the other day. One I let slip through my fingers because I didn’t see it. I was not looking for one. actually.

I had decided to clean the living room rug the other day. So I asked my son, Brandon, to help. We started by spraying some solution on the rug to draw the dirt to the surface. We allowed it to dry for a while. After it had dried, we carried the rug outside and hung it over the fence to the dog pin.

We then get the water hose and change the setting on the nozzle to where it sprays a jet stream of water instead of the mist that we use for the outside plants. I take the hose and showed Brandon how to spray the rug down by starting at the top and working down. After I did the…

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He Was There Through It All

Envision yourself surrounded by strangers. You are listening to each one tell this guy their story of how they were hurt, angry at the their spouse or a parent growing up, the grief they felt when someone passed away to young, or maybe suicidal thoughts because of something that happened to them as a child… Continue reading He Was There Through It All

Sin Is Sin and No One Is Perfect..Venting In Reference To A Post On Facebook

A friend and I were talking today about things in society and how we view things. The conversation brought this post back to memory as we were discussing sins.

So I thought I would reshare this for my newer followers to read 🙂

Something to Stu Over

wp-1451526753578.pngThis may come off as harsh, insensitive and downright unbiblical for some people but here is the truth as I see it…

No one person on this planet is perfect! Not me, not your pastor, not your wife, not your husband, not your children and not you.

We, as followers of Christ, must quit this crap of downing each other. We must stop trying to prove our way of thinking is right and the “only” way! Christ is the Way, the Truth and The Life! NOT your denominational malarkey. Nor is that “one” verse you pulled out of the Bible to proof your point; which by the way is used out of context 9 out of 10 times, because once you take it out of context it is no longer truth but a means.

I have seen many disturbing things of late. Like calling divorce and remarrying adultery but yet…

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He Bore Your Sins Too

For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, who knew no sin, to die on the cross carrying my sins...past, present and future. A father who had to turn away from his son because of the sin he carried of mine, now no longer looks away from me. He will… Continue reading He Bore Your Sins Too

The Mystery Blogger Award 2018

Thank you so much Amy for nominating me for The Mystery Blogger Award. It is an honor! Amy was nominated by Wendi. You guys should really go grab some coffee, read their wonderful answers to the questions they were posed with the links above and then stay and visit their sites for a while. Read… Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award 2018

Discipline Though Painful Produces Righteousness

Do you remember all those spankings we used to get as kids? Do you remember the pain your rear felt? I do. I may still have little red dots on my rear from being paddled with one that holes drilled in it for air resistance. But... That's not the type of discipline I want to… Continue reading Discipline Though Painful Produces Righteousness